Pierre Dury immortalizes Québec icons at Espace musée
Quebecor is pleased to show the work of distinguished Montreal photographer and portraitist Pierre Dury at Espace musée, its head office art gallery. The exhibit Si le Québec m’était conté pays tribute to the men and women who have shaped modern Québec. It runs until June 16 and is open to the public. Admission is free.
Pierre Dury’s camera captures 86 prominent figures who have left their mark on our history and our culture. The 60 works in the exhibit feature leading lights of Québec’s political arena and arts and music scenes, including Bernard Landry, Pauline Marois, Félix Leclerc, Louise Forestier, Marjo, Marcel Dubé, Janine Sutto, Céline Dion and René Angelil, as well as Quebecor founder Pierre Péladeau.
A unique opportunity to explore part of our cultural heritage through a different lens!